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@phi can you help at all with this?
The poem is called No, Love is not Dead
can you help or not?
What poetic devices do you need to find? do you need to like annotate or connotate? what are the directions
Hold on, it says: What poetic devices were used in this poem? What did these poetic devices do for the poem? Did these devices help create imagery or communicate the author's feelings? The link I posted is the poem I need to answer these questions for.
Okay hold up
Are you able to help me with mine?
maybe after you help me...
It makes sense if you help me while I help you
no please just help me and then I can help you. ok? or I won't help you.
Then I won't help you
start helping I am going to your question to help you
3. mood: the reader may get a good sensation when they read this poem and others may not. onomatopoeia: the title is being said and the poem talks about it. 4. for mood in “No, Love is Not Dead” is that people are going to show positive feelings when they start reading by “Listen, I’ve had enough of the picturesque, the colorful and the charming.” Its shown by the words that are being used in this poem.The effects are mostly positive even though there are some that are not. 5. onomatopoeia “When you are dead You will still be lovely and desirable.” This effect makes the readers feel how much love there is between two individuals.
thank you so much